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At the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation we raise money in support of the Stollery Children’s Hospital, educate the community on the Hospital’s needs and thank our donors for their generosity. Meet Stollery kids from backyards across Alberta and learn how donor dollars have been making a difference at the Stollery below.

TD is helping make a difference in adolescent health across Canada
TD is helping make a difference in adolescent health across Canada

As part of the TD Ready Commitment, TD is helping youth and adolescents in backyards across Alberta and beyond.

Our supporters
The power of generosity
The power of generosity

Capital Power donates $75K in support of children’s mental health.

Our supporters
Making Halloween accessible for all
Making Halloween accessible for all

We celebrated Halloween early with many Stollery kiddos and their families at an accessible trick-or-treating event.

In the news
Snowflake Gala is back
Snowflake Gala is back

On this month’s Spotlight on the Stollery, we chatted about all things Snowflake Gala, presented by Yachimec Auto Group.

In the news
Caring for those who care for Stollery kids
Caring for those who care for Stollery kids

The Stollery Critical Incident Stress Management program provides peer-to-peer support to front-line care givers.

Where your money goes
Having a major impact before her 40th birthday
Having a major impact before her 40th birthday

Foundation’s own Nafisa Bowen inducted into the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy’s Top 40 Under 40 class of 2022.

At the Foundation
Trending: Looking forward at Stollery care
Trending: Looking forward at Stollery care

On this month's Trending, Chelsea Bird chats with Mike House, President and CEO of the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation, Dr. Peter Metcalfe, Chief of Surgery at the Stollery Children’s Hospital and Stollery kid, Lukah's family about the future of the Stollery and what a purpose-built hospital would mean for families across Alberta.

In the news
Meet Jace
Meet Jace

Jace is an active six-year-old boy who enjoys playing flag football, which is only possible thanks to the expert care he received at the Stollery Children’s Hospital.

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